Coates, Thomas Jackson, 1867-1928.Eastern Kentucky University - Crabbe Library5 boxes (2.25 linear ft.)General correspondence (1926-1928); business records pre-dating 1916 and following 1928; and student teacher record cards (1921-1922). The material relates to Coates' presidency at Eastern Kentucky State Normal School (1916-1928), later called Eastern Kentucky University. Bulk covers 1926-1928. Includes records related to purchase of Stateland Farm.Contact InformationCatalog Record
Ferrell, Doctor Thomas.Eastern Kentucky University - Crabbe Library36 boxes (17.2 cubic ft.)Professor of Education, Head of the Education Department and chairman of the Division of Education at Eastern Kentucky University.Contact InformationCatalog Record
Kentucky Industrial Education Association.Eastern Kentucky University - Crabbe Library19 boxes (8.55 cubic ft.)Established in 1956, the Association is committed toward improving the quality of the state's education in a professional manner; Albert Spencer, professor of Industrial Education and Technology at EKU, was instrumental in having the records assembled and deposited.Contact InformationCatalog Record
Buchanan, Pearl Leigh, 1893-1983.Eastern Kentucky University - Crabbe Library3 boxes (3.6 cubic ft.)Includes scrapbooks, memorabilia and photographs of the Little Theatre casts and productions (1920-1940), certificates and diplomas awarded to Miss Buchanan, and Buchanan genealogy.Contact InformationCatalog Record
Greater Richmond Area Chamber of Commerce (Ky.)Eastern Kentucky University - Crabbe Library21 boxes (9.25 cubic ft.)Collection includes historical sketch, minutes of the Board of Directors, publications, correspondence and scrapbooks of newsclippings.Contact InformationCatalog Record
Cuff, Noel B. (Noel Buford), 1901-Eastern Kentucky University - Crabbe Library17 leaves, bound ;Report to the dean and to the president of Eastern State Teachers College, August 1929.Contact InformationCatalog Record
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